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    National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW)

    The 2017 NCVRW Resource Guide is now available online in both English and Spanish. This expansive online Guide promotes this year's theme — Strength. Resilience. Justice. — and provides planning tips, communication materials, and more in advance of NCVRW (April 2-8, 2017).

    View the 2017 NCVRW Resource Guide.

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    Participate in the National Census of Victim Service Providers (NCVSP)

    A project of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) with support from the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), NCVSP will provide a comprehensive picture of the field of crime victim service providers in the United States.
    Data will be used to understand gaps in services and demonstrate a need for adequate resource allocation.
    Learn more and complete your survey.

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    OVC Funding Webinar Series

    OVC is hosting a series of webinars focused on select 2017 funding opportunities to assist potential applicants in developing strong proposals.

    Register and learn more.

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    Help for Crime Victims
    Help for Crime Victims

    If you are a victim of crime, OVC's site has resources to help you—

    •    • Find a local program.
    •    • Contact a Helpline.

    Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

    Read More

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    OVC TTAC
    Training and Technical Assistance Available

    The OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) provides support to the field and—

    •    • Training by Request
    •    • The National Victim Assistance Academy
    •    • Online Trainings
    •    • Scholarships

    Learn More


News and Features
Funding Webinar: Vision 21: Linking Systems of Care for Children and Youth State Demonstration Project More News Announcements
OVC Awards Almost $8.5 Million to Support Victims of Pulse Nightclub Shooting More News Announcements
Now Available in Spanish—2017 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) Resource Guide More News Announcements
2017 National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) Resource Guide Now Available More News Announcements
Be Counted! Participate in the National Census of Victim Service Providers More News Announcements
Acting OVC Director More News Announcements
View All Current OVC Funding Opportunities More News Announcements
Current Resources for Crime Victim Service Providers
Training
Continue your education! Visit Training & Technical Assistance on the OVC Web site for information about instructor-led workshops and online trainings—

  • National Victim Assistance Academy
  • Victim Assistance Training Online (VAT Online)
  • Supporting Crime Victims with Disabilities
EXPERT Q&A ONLINE DISCUSSIONS

Participate in OVC TTAC monthly Expert Q&A sessions to communicate with national experts and colleagues about best practices for assisting victims of crime.

You may still access transcripts from past sessions to learn about best practices and standards for serving victims of crime.

OVC GallerySpotlight
New multimedia products and images are now showcased in OVC’s Gallery such as—

  • Photos and videos from the National Crime Victims’ Rights Awards.
  • Web banners of top OVC products and events.
Tools

2017 NCVRW Resource Guide

View the 2017 National Crime Victims' Rights Week Resource Guide
View the 2017 National Crime Victims' Rights Week Resource Guide

Vision 21 Final Report

Vision 21: Final Report
NOW ONLINE: The Vision 21 report which includes—
  • An analysis of the current state of affairs.
  • A framework for strategic change.
  • A course of action for the future.

9/11 Compensation Fund

September 11 Victim Compensation Fund

State/Local Victim Resources

U.S. Resource Map

Looking to obtain victim services? Use OVC’s U.S. Resource map.

Includes Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) State contacts, events, and resources.

Victims’ Rights Laws

Victim Law
Looking to find crime victims’ rights in your area? Search VictimLaw.

Includes statutes, Tribal laws, state constitutional amendments, court rules, administrative code provisions, and related court decisions.

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